This week, we have a full house plus as Tom Frangione joins Allan, Al, Ken and Steve as we take apart the news that the Shea Stadium Beatles footage will be in theaters with the Ron Howard "Eight Days a Week" movie and also look further into the news of the Beatles Hollywood Bowl release. As always, we want to hear from you. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, join our Facebook page or tweet us at @thingswesadfab. Or catch us each on Facebook. We want to hear from you! Thanks for listening!! (We're also heard on Fab4radio, WCPR1 and Pure Pop Radio.)
Our guest this week is renowned Beatles author Bruce Spizer who talks about the Beatles' history on Capitol Records. Bruce has just published a digital version of "The Beatles Story on Capitol Records, Part 2: The Albums." It's available through his website www.beatle.net. Bruce will also be a guest at the upcoming NY Metro Fest for Beatles Fans.
Allan, Al and Steve (Ken absent) talk about the 50th anniversary of "Rubber Soul" with our very special guest author Candy Leonard ("Beatleness"). Send your thoughts and comments to email@example.com.
Author Dave Morrell joins Steve, Al and Allan in talking about the latest volume of his memoirs, "1974: The Promotion Man New York City," with stories about the record business from the inside about John Lennon, Ringo Starr and others.